„You can be ruthless by playing football and one-touch football. Sometimes we get confused between desire and playing football. There is a fine line and sometimes we could pass the ball to each other a bit better. Football is a team effort and sometimes when you're not playing well together you need to go back to basics and play as a team.“

— Thierry Henry, " Thierry Henry player profile http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,278-377977,00.html, Times Online

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